|Johnna Schlueter||RE: RE photo for Arthur Fair|
No problem! I'm glad to help bring a smile to her face!
|matilda1232014||RE: Albert Fair|
Your welcome. Glad to help...
|Zelda||RE: re Whelan and Bernhard|
I don't need to be the memorial manager, a family member or to identify myself to you. I'm signed in and you can see I've been a member for more than four years. That's the only information I need to give you.
I created the Whelan memorial, not our past; same marker, two years or more before you did. I would like the memorial removed.
I took photographs for one or more of the other memorials.
You are supposed to check for duplicates before you enter a new memorial; those are the rules. A lot of people have worked hard to get the cemetery organized and properly documented, but your dups are counter-productive to that goal. Why don't you create some *original* memorials, instead of copies of what's already there?
I'm sorry you felt I was insulting. I was annoyed and suppose my writing was a bit curt, but you should know how the site works after two years.
Added by Zelda on Aug 27, 2015 5:46 PM
|Melissa D||RE: Mt. Calvary|
How do you find maps of the cemeteries? My father has quite a few family members buried at Mt. Calvary but he has no idea where. How do you locate the exact burial locations?
|Melissa D||RE: Erpelding|
You are wonderful! All the Erpeldings buried at Mt. Calvary are my family. We live in Columbus, Ohio so we have been there to visit the graves. I don't need a map, but again, I can't tell you enough how much I appreciate all that you have done. Gottfried Kurz immigrated here with his second wife, Magdalena Kurz. She was not a Catholic and she was divorced, so they would not bury her beside her husband. She is buried in the back of Mt. Calvary. Their daughter was Marie Kurz Erpelding. Her husband, Armin Erpelding is buried beside her and Armin's mother, Monica Saile Erpelding is buried with them. Thank so much for your help with this!
|Melissa D||RE: Gottfried Kurz|
I am totally new to this and have only been researching my family for a year. I am amazed at the information that was here. It was a tremendous help with my research and I appreciate that you did so much for a total stranger. Gottfried was my great great grandfather. I have just been adding information to family graves and linking spouses and children, but I only started this weekend. I would be happy to be in charge of this memorial. What do I need to do?
|Nancy Mullen Rotonda||Re: Mary Rotondo|
Catholic Cemeteries of Columbus website lists this as Rotundo, and also lists an Angleo Rotundo died 8/6/1918. Spelling erros?
I'll leave it Rotondo since that's what the grave marker and her death certificate both say.
This family name has been spelled several different ways. Rotundo, Rotondo, Rotonda, etc.
|Teri||RE: re OSU Medical College request|
Thank you for the information on OSU Medical College. It would be good if that information were added to the cemetery home page. I'm sure the same is true for most other medical colleges as well. Some of the interments I have listed were of indigent, institutionalized or imprisoned. Often families are unaware these individuals existed or of whatever became of them. I add them to this website to help with genealogy research. Thanks again.
Added by Teri on Nov 11, 2013 5:56 AM
|Dorothy Hazel Tarr||Thank You|
Just wanted to leave a note of thanks for the four photos of my family members' grave markers. The photos are a welcome addition to their memorials and so much appreciated by our family.
Lillian Nash Grove [Find A Grave Memorial# 106343886]
David W. Grove [Find A Grave Memorial# 74785472]
|aoutcalt||RE: Bender - Leo|
Leslie, thank you so much for adding this picture, MUCH APPRECIATED!! THANK YOU! Andy
Added by aoutcalt on Oct 14, 2013 5:36 AM
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